That’s a wrap: 2017 convention recap

Be heard. Those were the two words printed on the nametags, T-shirts and posters for the Indiana High School Press Association’s 2017 fall convention. For student journalists across the state, ...

Slideshow: 2017 IHSPA Convention in photos

Photos by Quinn Fitzgerald and Zoie Richey

IHSPA supports Plainfield journalists, adviser

The Indiana High School Press Association has released the following statement of support for the student journalists and publications adviser at Plainfield High School, condemning any action that may threaten ...

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State’s best earn 2017 Harvey Award honors

The 2017 newspaper and yearbook Harvey Award winners were recognized during the ...

Hoosier Star winners recognized at convention

The Indiana High School Press Association recognized the Hoosier Star finalists and ...

IHSPA membership form now available online

Now that everyone has taken care of their beginning-of-the-year forms, here’s one ...

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Results from 2017 on-site contests now available

The full list of winners from the 2017 IHSPA on-site contests is now available. Students attending the Thursday night events at 2017 state high school journalism convention, #BeHeard, had the opportunity to participate in one of several timed competitions that tested their journalistic skill and social media abilities. After listening to IBM Social Media Manager […]

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Convention chair extends invitation to 2017 event

Friends, The Indiana High School press Association board of directors cordially invites you to the 95th fall convention. This annual meeting is an opportunity for IHSPA membership, both adult and student, to network with other journalists, to learn and hone skills, and to take the pulse of high school journalism in the Hoosier State. Additionally, […]

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State convention features wide variety of sessions

The 2017 IHSPA Indiana high school journalism convention, #BeHeard, will feature numerous sessions taught by journalism professionals, educators and students. The schedule for Friday, Oct. 20 will be broken up into four rounds of 45-minutes with 34 sessions by 37 speakers. Click here for the schedule grid and complete session descriptions. Schools may still register for […]

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